tv News Channel 5 at Noon ABC March 14, 2016 12:00pm-12:30pm EDT
good afternoon, everyone. a final push to the presidential primary certainly here in ohio. candidates about both sides rushing to rally voters as voters in five states including ohio head to the polls tomorrow. the race is closer than ever. ohio governor john kasich is tied with donald trump. in the
ted cruz is third with 16% totalled by marco rubio at 3%. on the democrat side former secretary of state hillary clinton has a strong lead over bernie sanders. the with expectations of winning ohio hillary clinton is focussing on winning illinois sanders is holding a rally in akron scheduled about an hour from now. we spoke with some of sanders's supporters. >> reporter: we're just hours away from ohio's primary election and according to new polling numbers from the wall street journal bernie sanders is behind here in the buckeye state but supporters say they're not worried. >> i'm pretty confident. >> sanders has a packed schedule today complete with five rallies in four different states. and
akron civic theater. he's expected to speak at 1 but supporters jumped in line much earlier than that starting at 8 o'clock this morning. >> i really like what he stands for. he's one of the only candidates who's running a clean race and that's something i really value. >> sanders along with his supporters hoping he could build on last week's big victory in michigan while gaining support from 17-year old after an ohio judged ruled that they can vote november. >> i honestly believe now allowing this vote for 17-year drastically. >> and by the way, we plan to stream live bernie sanders rally in akron on our newsnet5 app. it starts around 1:00. republican presidential ohio. governor john kasich just wrapped up a rally in youngstown.
way to north canton for a campaign event there. former republican presidential nominee mitt romney is expected to join kasich. well donald trump is back in ohio. he's expected to hold a rally at the youngstown airport tonight. that event is is set to begin at 6 o'clock. speaking of donald trump there are growing concerns about the oath break of protests at his rallies. a protester tried to rush the stage at a trump officials arrested the man whom trump accused of having ties to isis. candidates on both sides reacted to the violence by criticizing the tone of trump's campaign. >> what he's done is like a case of political arson. >> it's turned the election into a circus. >> trump is shrugging off
his events but said he would pay legal fees for supporters who assault disruptive protesters. >> stay with news channel 5 for race. tonight hundreds of people planning to rally for higher wages the fight or $15 march is expected to step off at 5:30 this evening on east 30th street. the march is scheduled to end at the metropolitan campus of cuyahoga community college where a rally is set to organizers trying to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. forecast. >> we're in the mid to upper 60s 63 it is warmer inland. take a look at our sky cam we're looking at a
winds out of the the southwest. we've got rain showers out there as well as some thunder far south and west. right now 63 in downtown cleveland however we're going to watch the readings climb a little bit. 64 in north royalton low to mid-60s across the viewing area. inland same deal. so we are mild. remember average highs this time of year about 45 degrees so we're nearly 20 degrees above that here at the noon hour. notice mostly cloudy skies for downtown cleveland but you head down to medina we've got some sunshine down there. so it feels like spring no question about it. the south of akron, south of canton also out towards wews we're getting some sun. our next batch of wet weather is moving in from the south and west. sandusky is getting pounded. this is heading north and east. so i would suspect we'll get some rain showers most
certainly dinner time and thereafter. but look how warm it is out ahead of it. we'll track a little thunder and some rain as we head through the today. complete forecast coming up. well, we're working to learn more about the death of a one it is reported the baby died saturday at akron children's hospital. paramedics were called to a home on 7th street northwest in canton friday afternoon after the infant reportedly fell and suffered injuries. canton police said abuse was suspected. there's no information information about a deadly fire in bay village. the victim has been identified as 79 and she died in her home when the house went up in flames thursday night. the cause of the fire remains under investigation but you it appears say officials to have started in the kitchen. a man accused of illegally taking his son from alabama in
cleveland is expected in the courtroom about two hours from now. bobbie hernandez is charged with kidnaping. documents show his attorneys scheduled a hearing for plea negotiations. his son was five years old when the child was taken from his mother. the authorities said the son had nod realized what had happened until last fall when he used his social security number to apply for college. coming up as we continue here at the noon hour fighting fees, the department of justice is warning local courts about targeting the poor. sections of the south under water, flash flooding destroys thousands of homes in the american south land. more wet weather is on the way. slam dunk, how the basketball tournament is affecting business bank accounts, perhaps affecting you. i'll be back in just a moment. and look
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only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and our hearts and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message,
a new u.s. supreme court justice could be nominated as the president has reportedly narrowed his list to possible candidates down to 3. in the meantime the republican national committee is launching a campaign to prevent the president's pick. the. the justice department is issuing new guidelines to state and local court systems among the changes is this one: judges must consider alternatives to jail for poor defendants who do not pay their fines or cannot pay their fines.
were created after the doj's report on ferguson police department and the court system found that city routinely issued arrest warrants for failures to pay fines. if you're down with a case of march madness you are not alone. the ncaa tournament could cost u.s. companies billions in lost productivity this month. the action kicks off thursday with millions of fans expected to call off sick but employees who go to work may cost companies the most say thing. ohio has three teams in tournament. up next a cross country trip turns chaotic, what caused this train to tip over on the tracks. here's jason tracking weather. >> yeah, we're well too the 60s, this is more almost early may. i'll let you know how long it
who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. this is what i came home for -- to work in the
community, turning schools after hours into centers for healthcare and safe spaces for our kids. i'm p.g. sittenfeld. after princeton and a marshall scholarship, i turned down a job at google to work improving education. now i'm running for the senate to offer new ideas -- cut college loan rates in half, pass common sense gun safety laws. i approve this message to offer bold new leadership for ohio. a big jump at the gasoline pump. prices up $0.12 from a week ago.
for a gallon of regular is $1.94 of ohio drivers on average paying around $1.93. one reason or the increase demand is up and we're driving more because gas has been so cheap lately. amtrak is trying to figure out what went wrong after a train derailed. it jumped the tracks in kansas tipping over. crews reported more than 29 people were hurt. >> reporter: the national transportation safety board is investigating the latest train derailment this one in rural kansas where local teams have been the first on the scene. >> we found amtrak had overturned about two and a half miles west of cimeron. >> the reports coming in just after midnight. >> a train derailment unknown amount of patients at this time. a medical chopper
there were a total of 142 passengers onboard most landed at this make sure evacuation shelter. shaken by what they experienced. >> one gentleman stopped me in the dark these of the field and said, friends, friends, and i said you're right, what's going on, and he said is there any bloody. >> reporter: we do not yet know the cause of this accident though they will certainly be looking at factors like speed and possible obstructions on the track. right now the u.s. food and drug administration has launched a criminal investigation after a video surfaced online showing a man urinating on one of kellog factory assembly lines. >> it was record in 2014.
company says any of its products that would have been affected would now be past their expiration date. people in louisiana cleaning up and drying out as best they can. severe storms caused record setting flooding. in some areas boats were needed to move through the water. there is a silver lining just beginning to peak through. river levels not expected to rise as high as initially been predicted. that's saving some residents even more damage or from more damage. >> 13 would have brought it in my house. it's gone to 12 safe. mind. everything else is good. >> flood waters expected to stick around at least through louisiana. >> a lot of rain down there, and you know, be it's over a consistent period of time where it's day after day after day. they've had some issues with stuff
>> so how we looking right now? it was kind of mild when i drove in today? there's moisture in the air. we're going to get a good amount take a look. depending on where you are a different weather conditions really exist today. here's a live look downtown cleveland notice cloud cover clouds. temperatures well into the 60s. let's head down to wews check that out beautiful shot there wews high school and look at the sunshine. spring day. folks driving around medina county, be wayne county you have the windows open, and it's pretty enjoyable out there. so pretty good stuff and certainly no sign of any snow a lot of times mid-march we do still have snow on the ground. boy this year has not been that at all. 63 currently in downtown cleveland, temperatures again, running in the low to middle 60s, how about north royalton 65 where the sunshine is and into portion of
the mid-60s, again we should only be in the mid-40s. notice the cloud cover as you head north and east but as you slide south we're hitting some sunshine, richfield, fair lawn, akron, barberton, same deal medina, and off to the east. sharon center getting a little pocket of sunshine there along the summit medina county line. here's or rain and thunder of this is spreading east ward. most of the energy is just to our west so i would expect this to continue to move north. west of 71 the best chance or thunder later on today but notice warm ohio. temperatures in the mid-50s. -- mid-60s i should rain and turned potentially anytime after 5:00. story. notice we're dry. join us at 4:00 for the now cleveland
happens by 6 or 7 o'clock tonight. we track that rain into northern ohio. this is a lot of rain here after 7 o'clock tonight. here's 9 o'clock, notice some thunder is possible and eventually out of here by tomorrow morning. but until that happens we could easily see a half an inch. and we'll dry things out and cool things off a little bit. now, this model is really pouring out a bunch of rain. i think this is on the high end. i think a half an inch to maybe an inch by tomorrow morning. nonetheless we could still have high water issues and watch out on the roadways, of course, don't try to drive through anything if you see the water. mid and upper 60s today, showers, thunder main after 3, 4 o'clock today. could have some thunder again through tonight and some heavy rains possible tonight.
change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability. bernie sanders. he was there when dr. king marched on washington. unafraid to challenge the status quo to end racial profiling, take on police
misconduct, and take down a system that profits from mass imprisonment. there is no president who will fight harder to end institutional racism. education. opportunity. reform. bernie. i'm bernie sanders
well today is national pie
day, not the kind bake and eaten for dessert. pie day is marked every march 14th because the date mimics the first these digits of the mathematical pie. today is 3/14 on the calendar. pizza hut is celebrating by giving away free pizza pie. well, you get it, i knew you would. this is a catch for the pizza pie you have to solve math problems on the restaurant's website. national pie day what do you think about that? >> and i think a couple years ago we had national pie 2nd here on the show during the animal segment and i don't remember exactly when pie 2nd is but it must be during the noon hour. so i'll tweet it out. >> right around this time. we'll find out. enjoy your pie.
for several years we've been hearing about our region being affected by a drug epidemic. thanks for being here. you know, so let's and start off by talking about the drug epidemic in our area and region and what it means. >> so the leading cause of injury related death in ohio continues to be accidental dug overdose. increase. and the medical
with a really good analogy. every year in cuyahoga county the number of individuals who misuse or overuse this prescription medications would fill first energy stadium. if we took a portion of them and filled up the arena this is the number of people every year who make the shift to heroin and we lose right around 350 people right here in cuyahoga county overdose. >> it really does help put it in perspective. so what's being done locally? >> so it is truly a public health crisis and as a public health industries we can implement strategies and policies and collaboration has been the key to the success of the task force. >> so tell me about project dawn. >> it stands for deaths avoided.
the nafta trade treaty -- 850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now
the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
the nafta trade treaty -- 850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal
could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
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